Courtesy of Fox Head Inc
IRVINE, CA (June 6, 2014) – Today Fox Head Inc.
announces the re-signing of premier class rider Ken Roczen to its stable
of championship athletes. The friendly and out-going motocross athlete
is highly regarded as a top prospect in the pits and will continue to
help Fox innovate and elevate the worlds most advanced motocross gear.
During the past few years Roczen has captured the 2011 FIM MX2 World
Championship, was a member of the 2012 MX of Nations (Team Germany) and
in his first year as a pro rider captured the 2013 AMA 250SX West
Championship. 2014 saw him elevate to the 450SX class where he finished
third as well as being awarded the 2014 Rookie of the Year. Currently he
is leading the 450 Outdoor Series after two rounds.
“Having been with Fox since I was 11 years old, I’m very happy to
keep such a solid and long relationship with the Fox Racing family” said
“Our relationship with Ken, like the relationship of Fox and Ricky
Carmichael, began at an early age. Just as with the GOAT we look forward
to supporting Ken throughout his career,” said Fox Founder, Geoff Fox.
“We couldn’t be happier to have Kenny continue his career with Fox.”
Mark Finley, Global Category Director (MX) further stated, “His on track
success combined with his involvement in the development and testing of
our products is integral to our brand success”.
Roczen began his tenure with the brand in 2005 at the age of eleven
as a Fox Brigade amateur athlete. Accomplishments include multi-time MX
Champion of Thuringia, 2007 Junior World Champion- 85cc, 2005 German
Youth Motocross Champion- 85cc and 2004 Youngest German Champion of All
At the age of 15 Ken Roczen was the youngest rider to ever win a MX2
race. He has won the MX of Nations MX2 class four times in a row. Since
coming to the USA to continue his racing career in the AMA series Ken
has won six 250SX main events, two 250MX overalls, two 450SX main events
and one 450MX overall. And he is just getting started.
Be on the look out for big things to come from Ken Roczen and Fox Head Inc.
For more, visit foxhead.com
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